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Coastal Fashion

Coastal Fashion: Exhibit on First Lady Fashions at Nixon Library

More than 20 formal gowns and pieces of apparel of American First Ladies are going on display at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum in a new exhibit called “Why They Wore It: The Politics & Pop Culture of First Ladies’ Fashion,” which will break new ground by...

Coastal Fashion: Paper Flowers Bloom at Tiffany & Co.

Tiffany & Co. chief artistic officer Reed Krakoff has created his first jewelry collection, Tiffany Paper Flowers. The collection is comprised of fine jewelry, and reflects a perfect balance of refined femininity and industrial modernity. The collection name and design were...

Home & Design

Ghoulishly Delightful Pumpkin Décor

Pumpkins and squash are the perfect canvas for adding that extra spark of hair-raising décor to your door, porch or centerpiece this fall. They can be carved, cooked, painted or arranged into bone-chilling displays to add a little something extra to the essence of fall. Any type...

October at Roger’s Gardens

Roger’s Gardens opens its annual Christmas Boutique this weekend with 20 themed Christmas trees adorned with glass ornaments and an array of festive treasures, but before moving on to Christmas, Roger’s Gardens has a slew of October activities revolving around fall, including a...

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The Finals at the BNP Paribas Open

The finals at the BNP Paribas Open provided shock and awe. First, for the awesome lady’s final, 18 year old Belinda Andreescu (CAN) became the youngest champion and the first to win as a wild card entrant to the tournament. She shocked veteran Angelina Kerber, former world...

BNP Paribas Tennis Tournament

The 2019 BNP Paribas Tennis Tournament is underway at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden in Indian Wells. This is the largest event in the Coachella Valley where almost 500,000 tennis fans watch the brightest stars in tennis with a $1.34 million prize to the winners. More than 100...

Insights

Insights: Good Grief

Grief. We often associate this word with losing a person, or a pet. Yet, in reality we are grieving smaller things every day. The simple things, such as change in our health, change of a job, a friend moving away, a child going off to school, can all leave us feeling sad,...

Insights: Going Home

Time tends to go fast. If we are not careful, we will wonder what happened to the past 20 or so years.  It had been 20 years since I returned to my homeland of New Zealand.  It was beyond time really.  Most of my family had either passed or moved so there was not a great desire...

Insights: Sharon’s Story

We can learn a lot from people and their stories, so let me share a story my friend Sharon Davis wrote. Her wisdom speaks to me, and you will see why as she shares her personal journey: “I have known this woman for three years, playing blackjack at the assisted living home where...

Moments for Health

“The Bullish Farmer” Takes Aim at Big Ag and GMOs

As a long time health fanatic that has understood what is at stake for our health and well-being, from our community to our nation, I was a relieved to learn a movie about farming, “The Bullish Farmer,” made it into the film festival. My editor, connoisseur of all foods great and...

Moment for Health: Health Blooms with Caring Hearts

We are all connected to our community whether we realize it or not. Friends, strangers, neighbors, family and workers all make up a web of life that we hope vibrates with a positive amount of health and happiness, yet weak links in a community’s structure can break if not given...